Python Programming with Design Patterns (Addison-Wesley)
Monday, 02 May 2022

This is a Python-specific design patterns guide that's friendly and practical, and aimed at every Python developer, regardless of experience. James W. Cooper presents visual, example-driven explanations of 23 proven patterns for writing object-oriented code. Through clear and intuitive code samples, he introduces modern techniques for creating Python objects that interact effectively in powerful, flexible programs. Python newcomers, including those moving from other languages, will find a succinct introduction designed to get them up to speed fast.

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Author: James W. Cooper
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: February 2022
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-0137579938
Print: 0137579934
Kindle: B09D2RKQB5
Audience: Python developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Python

 

  • Review the essentials of Python objects and visual programming
  • Learn what design patterns are, and how they help you write better code
  • Use patterns to enhance flexibility and avoid unnecessary complexity
  • Apply structural patterns to ensure that program elements work together well in large programs
  • Optimize communication between objects with behavioral patterns

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